Day wetting or urinary incontinence is a condition in which a child passes urine unexpectedly during the day despite having learnt potty training. This condition is prevalent in children aged between 4-12 years but it can also be seen in school-aged children.
This condition often becomes uncontrollable among children and is troublesome. It thus becomes important for parents to look for the right treatment centre for day wetting. It is seen that children who suffer from day wetting can also face the problem of bedwetting.
Common issues that can be found in these children are:
- Difficulty in Urine Storage
- Overactive bladder which results in leakage and cannot get to the toilet in time.
- Underactive bladder and does not have the need to use the bathroom.
- Dysfunctional elimination syndrome, in which the bladder muscles and nerves are not functioning together.
- Neurologic and developmental conditions cause poor bladder control.
- Constipation which results the full bowel pressing on the bladder.
- Urinary tract infection.
When do you call a doctor?
Daytime wetting is just another normal part of a child’s growth and development. It can be caused due to some medical condition. It is important to get the problem evaluated by a doctor as early as possible. When you see signs of bladder or kidney infection such as cloudy or pink urine and bloodstains. If the child urinates more than usual or is complaining while urinating, one should see the doctor.
Daytime wetting can be very concerning for parents and it can be hard to find out why some children just can’t overcome it. Resolving a problem such as this will take time and persistence on behalf of parents and children.
Why Western Specialist Centre?
A medical treatment ensures that this problem of the child can be solved. Western Specialist Centre is one of the best child care centres in Melbourne if you are looking to treat your child. We have experienced staff who is well trained and is capable of treating the child in the most proficient way. Call us to book your appointment.